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Metro writes that a Cabinet minister has insisted there is no need to panic as an energy crisis sends gas and electricity bills soaring – and threatens supplies of festive food, drink and even turkeys...

BBC presenter Gavin Ramjaun speaks of his disgust in Metro after Twitter said a racist troll who called him a “curry muncher aborigine” did not violate its rules.

Metro leads with Boris Johnson’s plea for people to behave “sensibly and responsibly” this winter as he presents his plan for managing COVID-19 during the colder months.

“12-year-olds to get jabbed” is the headline on the front of the Metro, which leads with the story that healthy children as young as 12 will be allowed to have the COVID-19 vaccine from next...

Tensions are rising over masks on public transport as passengers and staff claim the number wearing them is falling because of a lack of enforcement and confusion over COVID rules, reports Metro.

Education Secretary Gavin Williamson confused Marcus Rashford, who campaigned for school meals, with Old Harrovian rugby player Maro Itoje, the Metro reports on its front page.

An estate agent has been awarded a £180,000 payout after her boss refused to let her leave work early to collect her baby from the nursery, the Metro reports.

Metro reports on the mock funerals held by the Taliban as they take full control of Afghanistan following the departure of Western forces.

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